I know somewhere , someone had posted a thread about the AF Church maps ... but danged if I can find it now.
I know in my area I see a number of Gold Mine indications on his maps . Question is are they worth following up on ? Two of my areas in question I know have gone back to nature so locating the actual location may prove to be a tedious exercise. Just wondering if anyone has tried following up on these type of sites?I'm not looking to strike it rich with any type of gold find ..just interested in maybe locating some old artifacts.
I would appreciate any insights you ole wand wavers may have on the subject !
After doing a search I did manage to locate the past posts of AF Church maps.
Last Edit: Jan 27, 2016 7:15:52 GMT -5 by sodbuster
Post by Leslie Sarkany on Jan 27, 2016 9:13:45 GMT -5
Have dug a few old goldmine areas and will say they are challenging. Old church maps can led to good spots but is a frustrating exercise due to developement. Find the best results come from living history....the old folks in the community.
Everything is worth following up though.....just never know!
From the land of the Bluenose.....life is a beach at least till the tide comes in and the Bud is all gone!
Here in Nova Scotia there is also the Jackson Sheet maps...maps of the 1930's era...they have a lot of older homes and buildings mapped on them...any homes and building in the early 1800's are mapped along with some older roads that are no longer used. Another good source....
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